Margie

Ogrodowicz

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Outfielder
Year: Senior
City/State: Houston, Texas

Bio

Honors and Awards

  • 1988 GTE Academic All-American
  • 1988 First-Team All-Big Eight
  • 1988 Big Eight All-Academic
  • 1988 Big Eight All-Tournament Team
  • 1987 Second-Team GTE Academic All-American
  • 1987 NCAA Midwest All-Region First-Team
  • 1987 Big Eight All-Academic First-Team
  • 1987 Big Eight All-Tournament Team
  • 1987 First-Team All-Big Eight
  • 1986 All-Midwest Region
  • 1986 All-Big Eight
  • 1986 Big Eight All-Tournament Team

1988: Senior Season
In her final season as a Husker, Ogrodowicz earned first-team All-Big Eight and Big Eight All-Touranment team honors.  Ogrodowicz hit .347 with 70 hits, four doubles, nine triples and six home runs.  She scored 50 runs and drove in 19 more.  Ogrodowicz only struck out four times in 202 at-bats.  She finished her career as the all-time leader in batting average (.335), runs scored (146) and stolen bases (72).  A standout in the classroom, she earned Academic All-American honors in 1988.

1987: Junior Season
Last season, Ogrodowicz broke her own season stolen bases record with 26 and holds the Huskers' career record at 51.  In 1987, she earned her second NCAA Midwest All-Region, first-team All-Big Eight and Big Eight All-Tournament honors.  She led NU with a .317 batting average last year, collecting team highs of 64 hits, 46 runs scored, and 26 stolen bases, as well as tying for top honors with five home runs and four triples.  An outstanding student, her 3.64 GPA  earned her second-team GTE Academic All-American honors last season, as well as Academic All-Big Eight and Big Eight Academic Honor Roll berths.

1986: Sophomore Season
An All-Midwest Region, All-Big Eight and Big Eight All-Tournament selection last season, she led the Huskers with 65 hits, 44 runs scored, 12 doubles, seven triples, 91 total bases and a school record 22 stolen bases, while hitting .327.  During the fall season, she had 16 hits, a .356 batting average, eight of eight in steals, scored 10 times and hit her first career home run.

1985: Freshman Season at Texas Tech 
Ogrodowicz transferred to Nebraska after her freshman season with Texas Tech after the Red Raiders dropped their program.

Personal:
Parents: Joe and Virginia Ogrodowicz; Major: criminal justice; High School: Lamar; Born: Aug. 8, 1966.

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